Hi,Sory my fault, 40y = 280
We learned Thevenin, Norton, Node Voltage and Mesh Current analysis methods. We can use Node Voltage method for first question.
Z for R = R ohm
Z for L = jwL ohm Z for 3H inductor, j*314*3=j942
Z for C = -j/wc ohm (there is no capacitor in the question)
We can take the f is 50 hertz on steady state. So, w=2πf = 2*3.14*50 = 314 rad/s
This post wasn't up when I was writing my earlier response.Sory my fault, 40y = 280
We learned Thevenin, Norton, Node Voltage and Mesh Current analysis methods. We can use Node Voltage method for first question.
Z for R = R ohm
Z for L = jwL ohm Z for 3H inductor, j*314*3=j942
Z for C = -j/wc ohm (there is no capacitor in the question)
We can take the f is 50 hertz on steady state. So, w=2πf = 2*3.14*50 = 314 rad/s
I doubt it.We can take the f is 50 hertz on steady state. So, w=2πf = 2*3.14*50 = 314 rad/s
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